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. >> okay, thank you. and speaking of airports how about google international airport. sort of. mountain view based google is approaching the city of san jose, they need a place for their private jets. they have a new terminal, and plenty of passengers but google is not among them. google is approaching san jose about building annex active terminal, where google and other silicon valley firms could park and service their jets. airport officials say it will generate more than $2 million a year in rent. >> the housing market is showing a bit of a rebound as well as home remodelling. the national home builders association predicts a 20% increase in remodels over the next year. but things are different than the housing boom in 2005, when home owners were remodelling and flipping for profit. this time they are paying with cash and instead of grading to sell. they are staying put. >> their home is their castle and people are remodelling to enjoy. it's a factor with many people getting ideas off of sites like pinterest. >> the most talked about haircut in the country now. the giants were back a
to cell phones, that's not enough. what are you going to do that's going to be like google's ad sense? it creates a total different market that didn't exist before. it let us dominate the world. >> has it always been us? when you look back 100 years, people were investing in general electric and gerber baby food. whatever was around then. were the targets further out? >> the targets came more slowly. sale things did happen. look at auto industry in the early years. it's about who will bring out something that changes the way people use automobiles. it just department happen in months, quarters, years. it happened over decades. it was the same principle. it just -- everything accelerated now. particularly in technology. >> we'll leave it there. dr. robert hendershott. thanks for coming in and explaining what we did wrong. >> again. >>> four rules, just four of them will make you a hit on youtube just like these guys, when stephen voltz, the diet coke and mentos guy joins us when "press:here" continues. >>> welcome back to "press:here." by the time the super bowl gets under way you'll s
.5 billion? that's about how much google stock former ceo eric schmidt plans to sell this year, laying out a plan to sell close to 40% of his google holdings. picked a good time to do it, too. today google shares hitting their highest level since the company went public in 2004. raj and jessica? >> okay, thank you, scott. >>> hackers hit the bush family. a personal information exposed by this attack. >>> also ahead, experts are saying it's one for the record books. the latest on the massive blizzard back east that's stranding travelers all the way out west. >> and the dramatic search continues in southern california but there are problems. a former cop is still on the run. plus -- >> i'm sam brock. is it christmas early in san jose? city hall is reporting its first budget surplus in a decade. the mayor is promising things he can't deliver when it comes to breathing life back into the police department and other beleaguered agencies. ooh kfc. hey, you're supposed to wait for everybody. you know what, while we're waiting why don't we play a game of hide and seek? right now? yeah go hide. go
private airport for google executives. the $82 million project would include an executive terminal, hangars and ramp space to accommodate google's largest business jets. the proposed airport would bring in nearly $3 million a year in rent and would create hundreds of permanent jobs and up to 200 construction jobs. the san jose city council is expected to vote on this proposal coming up in april. >>> texas governor rick perry stepping up his campaign to try to steal business away from california. perry planning to visit silicon valley, san francisco and los angeles during a four-day trip that starts this sunday. he's planning to tell people that texas is a better place for business because there's no income tax and more lenient labor and environmental laws. california governor jerry brown kind of scoffed at this one, actually made jokes about it earlier this week. texas launched a radio ad campaign aimed at bringing in new business. >>> economic data has economists a bit confused this morning. scott mcgrew says someone forgot to carry the one. >> yes, good morning. new numbers in to
to make wi-fi networks available across the nation. companies like google and microsoft support this plan but cell phone companies are firmly against it since wireless is a $178 billion a year industry. >>> stocks good news here up almost 7% this year. a whopping 114% since the bear market low in march of 2009. the dow 14,000 a peak or will the bulls keep running? you can answer that question. baltimore explodes in celebration as the final seconds ticked off the clock. ravens fans spilled into the streets from bars and restaurants creating a massive street party. game highlights are next. >>> welcome back. now to some stories that caught our eye this morning. we begin in southern california where 300 pounds of dynamite leveled a massive power plant. the implosion completely demolished the san diego facility in a matter of seconds to make room for a 24-acre public park and other projects. fun to watch that stuff. >>> also in california, an out-of-control suv crashed into an apartment building. four people inside the vehicle were injured as it ripped through a first floor apartment, destroy
it struck an advertising deal with rival google. >>> home depot is hiring 80,000 seasonal workers in the spring. that's 10,000 more hires than last year. >>> listen up, if you're one of the millions of americans answering work e-mails at home. a case is moving forward in chicago fought bay cop who claims he and fellow officers are owed overtime pay for scanning e-mails on their blackberrys. >>> after ten years, apple has reached a new milestone. 25 billion songs have now been purchased on itunes. a customer in germany will receive a gift card worth more than $13,000 for the lucky download of "monkey drums." incredibly, about 15,000 songs are downloaded on itunes each and every minute. >>> coffee lovers in new delhi rejoiced when starbucks opened a flagship store in the capital. hasboro has let the cat out of the bag. the iron is out as a monopoly game piece and the cat is in. >>> and fast food chains are cashing in on lower calorie menu offerings which push same-store sales up by 5%. >>> meanwhile, one mcdonald's australia is testing out table service cleat with china, glassware a
serving google executives. it will include an executive terminal, hangars and ramp space. the project would provide the airport with 2.6 million annually in rent. 200 construction jobs. the project must be approved by the san jose city council by april. >>> an update on our developing story. police say he could be anywhere. christopher dorner is suspected of killing three people including a police officer and a former police official's daughter. dorner was fired by the los angeles police department in 2008. he threatened to bring warfare to the l.a.p.d. his threats are outlined in a lengthy manifesto he posted on facebook. he has threatened revenge on officials involved in his dismissal and their relatives. an 11-page profanity laced manifesto posted on his facebook page dorner rails against the l.a.p.d. accusing the department of corruption, racism and ruining his law enforcement career. dorner states i do not fear death. he also has praise for many people including a lot of people with bay area ties. he applauds senator dianne feinstein for trying to get an assault weapons ban in pl
. >> should we go? >> thanks, jeff. >> a record day for google. we'll have your business and tech headlines just ahead. >> and then say good-bye to the candy bar, the first of its kind rule to make school snacks healthier. >> reporter: i'm sam brock. when harbaugh uttered those seven famous words he had no idea how far they'd be taken so we asked who does have it better than us? anybody? tonight's reality check we see the bay area sports scene really is the best in the country. >> it's like a ghost almost. down to the window. >> and what's old is new again. the reopening here in the bay area. >>> it is not your ordinary bar. a new home tonight. >> the gold dust lives on but no longer in union square. as joe rosato shows us, this was no ordinary grand opening. >> reporter: the old gold dust lounge stared on to powell street. been this way since the classic old time union bar closed several months ago after losing its lease. p patrons would say you can't go home again. but in this case you can take home with you. >> it's like a ghost almost, like i'm walking into -- the front is just like the
as news got out they will join forces with silicon valley google. yahoo! says at that it will run some of google's targeted ads on its website. yahoo! shares up about 2% after hours. yahoo! getting pressed because meyer was hurt on a conference call complaining about the company's phone hold unit. so the rapper snow -- remember him? >> no. >> came up with a new jingle. no word yet whether it will make its way in but is making its way around the internet. >> i will listen to it, thanks, scott. >>> a decision on whether or not to allow gays in the boy scouts of america has been postponed. the organization's national executive board will delay its decision on whether to allow local troops to create their own rules on gay membership. after a flood of comments, they say they need more time to study and deliberate its policy. the group will take up the controversial issue in may at the annual meeting. >>> still ahead at 6:00, the investigative unit reporter steve stock looks at medical bills. why two patients may pay two different prices for the same procedure. >>> and the serious medical co
grew said those accusation are coming from the highest level. >> yeah, good morning. google chairman eric schmidt is going to take china to task in a new book thats he's written. this according to people who have had an early read of it. schmidt will blame china directly for many recent hacks of american businesses, warning china could be the internet's number one enemy, and that the u.s. will be at a disadvantage because american companies can't hack back. it's against american law. early reviewers say schmidt is very direct about his feelings about china. you don't expect that out of high tech companies. they usually coddle their relationship with the chinese. turning to wall street, today's not the day we're going to see any records set. the dow opened at just over 14,000, its highest level since 2007. and had it gained a bit, it would have set records for the highest ever, but today looks like minor losses instead. >>> speaking of losses, we have to eat a bit of crow or raven this morning. last week we dismissed predictions by video game programmers at redwood city's electronic arts t
.com. and look for twitter and google plus. >>> now the storys coming up in the week ahead that may move the markets and impact your money this week. earnings reports are out from disney, bp and technology companies yelp and linkedin, among others. >>> monday, the president will submit piece budget for 2013 to congress. and on thursday the fall fashion week kicks off in new york city. on friday we'll find out if the u.s. is importing or exporting more goods with the ball loons of trade released. that will do it for today. my guests next week, paul krugman will be here. each week keep it right here where we are "on the money." have a great week, everybody. i'll see you next weekend. >> this is "the chris matthews show" -- >> ask not what your country can do for you. >> tear down this wall. chris: taking it to the street. barack obama is going to town on -- and taking a page from ronald reagan's second term. and for a man called the great communicator it was historic tax reform. for obama, real steps toward gun safety. and the hegel hearing reminded some of the first debate. and finally, s
card. speaking of the web, some popular websites were blocked this morning for users of the google chrome browsers. they were met with a warning sites like "the new york times" and huffington post were blocked by malware. a huge buy and we're not talking about a super bowl ad. this is about oracle spending around $2 billion to buy a networking company. it's a big buyout even for oracle competing with the likes of cisco and june perfect. we are talking about a super bowl ad. $8 million a minute and some of those ads got a lot of attention. we learn which one got the most attention from tivo. >> kaepernick lost it in the air. >> reporter: it's the noes tivo'd play, the most frustrate to go niner fans -- >> past the 50 -- >> reporter: and the second most rematched play was this dagger of a kick return. let's focus on the most replayed ads. according to tivo, this taco bell spot was number one. >> there are two sides to go. >> reporter: and, yes, this go daddy spot near the top two, both trying to make you laugh. >> there's a fine line, right is this that humor that is appropriate and
could soon become home to a new private airport for google executives. the $82 million project would include an executive terminal, hangars and ramp space to accommodate google's largest business jets. the proposed airport would bring in $3 million a year in rent and create hundreds of permanent jobs and up to 200 construction jobs. the san jose city council is expected to vote on this proposal in april. >>> coming up after the break, we'll check the forecast and the roads. >>> welcome back. now it's 10:28. we're actually giving some breaks of sunshine. this is sunol in san francisco headed towards partly cloudy to mostly sunny afternoon. you can see that vividly over the golden gate bridge. starting to see a little bit of a blue sky. it will still be cold out there in livermore. 53 degrees in san jose. we're tracking that potent blizzard in the northeast today. and we'll take a close look at what we can expect for jets fanfest tomorrow. >> with the blizzard in the northwest i'm not going to complain about any wind or rain over here, but we've had some. this is 880 which has been a w
're going to be on fallon. >> are you google to try any of that on fallon. >> no. maybe with quest love. >> anything up his sleeve? >> i'm sure he does, knowing jimmy. >> you'll find out when you get there. coming up, our resident slacker natalie went out for a little jog last night, up more than 1500 stairs to the top of the empire state building. she did it in 17 minutes. >> next year you guys are so doing this with me. >> we have a thing that night. >> if we can take the elevator. >> and you did it for a good cause. >> i did. we're going to tell you about multiple myeloma research foundation, what it's all for in a little bit. one week from today, just a reminder, valentine's day. this year why not treat yourself and sweetie with a gift for two. i like this idea. >> like half the price. >> giving yourself your own present. >> we like that. we're going to go house hunting across the country with bosch ra corcoran who has got beautiful homes for $500,000 or less. first, everyone is looking for a way to save a few bucks and we want to help you. tomorrow the third hour of "today" will be
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